General manager Ryan Pace has an important decision to make next week when the Bears select at No. 7 in the first round of the NFL Draft.

And according to Rotoworld's Josh Norris, that pick will come on the offensive side of the ball.

The NFL Draft expert has the Bears selecting West Virginia WR Kevin White in the first round, with Norris adding: "There are only a handful of foundation pieces in this draft. I think Kevin White is one. Place him across from Alshon Jeffery and you have two receivers who can win in contested situations. White also offers yards after catch ability."

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In Norris' mock, players off the board when the Bears "picked" were QB Jameis Winston (Tampa Bay), QB Marcus Mariota (Cleveland, via Tennessee), DL Leonard Williams (Jacksonville), WR Amari Cooper (Oakland), OL Brandon Scherff (Washington) and DE Dante Fowler (New York).

 

That left a few options on the table who have been linked to the Bears, including White, Vic Beasley, Danny Shelton and Shane Ray.

Check out Norris' complete mock draft, and be sure to browse around our Road to the Draft page, where we've previewed more than 200 college athletes who could hear their names called in Chicago next week.